Farmers Market at Gardner Village
This weekend we went to the Wasatch Front Farmers Market at Gardner Village, and it was more than I ever expected a Farmers Market to be! View a short video at the bottom of this post, or on our YouTube channel.
The Wasatch Front Farmers Market runs every Saturday at Gardner Village until the end of October. Each week they have a different theme. When we went it was Mardi Gras Day. They had mask making, a traveling band and children's parade. The kids in the parade got to throw beads out to the vendors and customers.
They also had a cute little animal train that took the kids around the village. There were also pony rides, a small petting zoo, homemade jump rope making and more! Many people look for local honey to help with their allergies, and there was a honey booth from local farmers. It was like a party, and it's every weekend! Such a fun family outing day!
When we arrived at 9:00am, we were super hungry, so we enjoyed their pancake breakfast. They had scones, cinnamon rolls, pancakes, french toast, eggs and sausage.
You can find out more information about the Wasatch Front Farmers Market on their website, or on the Gardner Village website. They are also at Wheeler Farm on Sundays, and South Towne Mall on Thursdays.
You can also follow the Wasatch Front Farmers Market and Gardner Village on Facebook. The Wasatch Front Farmers Market is also on Twitter.